Suspense

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This book is packed. Jam-packed with action, adventure, characters, locations, subplots, violence, and nature.

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“ . . . the world of cartographic research at the New York Public Library feels alive and real, and the magic of the book is unique and delightful . . .”

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More than 40 years ago, Nancy Harmon was a young mother charged with drowning her two children, and due to a technicality, she was set free.

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“Cleeton’s characters offer a beautiful pairing of tenderness and passion, anger and revenge, courage and resolution.”

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The New One is an exquisitely crafted thriller, but also an intimate portrait of a family facing the impossible.”

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“so layered and deft—and, ultimately, engaging—this book seems certain to advance Catton’s already considerable reputation as a major literary talent.”

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“Move over David Baldacci, a new thriller author is in town.”

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“Written in a literary style, with a combination of Southern Gothic, domestic suspense, and a good old fashioned whodunnit . . .”

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“In 48 Clues into the Disappearance of My Sister, Oates has added another disturbing character to her bountiful cast of strange people and devised another chilling work . .

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“Harris is to be congratulated on her ability to build a story with a maze full of twists and turns, memories false and true, and a totally unexpected ending.”

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“If you’re looking for good beach reading to pass the time during spring break or your summer getaway, Sea Castle will definitely do the trick.

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“The book, told in . . . first person, is heavily plotted and—like the house—full of secret passageways and red herrings.”

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The Laughter is a brilliant, totally absorbing character study.”

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A perfect ten, Bea is a woman who knows her own worth and is willing to employ her beauty to achieve her ultimate goal—marrying not just a rich man, but a mega-millionaire.

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“this debut is a page-turner that will keep the reader . . . glued . . .”

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“The writing is strong, the suspense well-built and maintained, characters roundly constructed. This is a book to read especially for lovers of historical fiction.”

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“From the beginning Morrissey designs numerous situations through foreshadowing, red herrings, and solid clues calculated to grab the reader by the neck and not let go until the end of the

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“Prepare for more twists and turns than a winding mountain road, as Levison has crafted a suspenseful, mesmerizing tale of terror and redemption.”

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“Rosen is excellent at creating the perfect murder mystery setting and in peopling it with interesting characters and complex relationships.”

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“A welcome entry in the series, tackling a current crime that will undoubtedly continue its insidious way into the future.”

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To understand and appreciate this novel, you need to move past any aversion you might have to the idea of female killers. Women as paid assassins, murderers for hire . . .

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“Fallout combines murder, mystery, mobsters, crypto scams, and the snappy dialogue so characteristic of the Parker novels that came before.”

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“Cercas has molded this police procedural into a fine literary novel.”

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